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Morris & Co "Tapestry: Greenery" 1892 William Morris English textile designer, artist and writer associated with the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood and English Arts and Crafts Movement. Wool and mohair. Designed by John Henry Dearle for Morris & Co.

Quest for the Holy Grail Tapestries - Panel 6 "The Attainment; The Vision of the Holy Grail to Sir Galahad, Sir Bors & Sir Percival" - Originally designed for William Knox D'Arcy, several further versions were woven later. 'The Attainment' is 1 of 3 tapestries commissioned in 1895 by industrialist Laurence Hodson, for Compton Hall near Wolverhampton. Based on the 15th century text Le Morte D'Arthur (The Death of Arthur) by Sir Thomas Malory. - Birmingham Museums & Art Gallery

William Morris ‘Holy Grail Tapestry - Quest for the Holy Grail Tapestries - Panel 6 - The Attainment; The Vision of the Holy Grail to Sir Galahad, Sir Bors and Sir Percival’,

Textile Fragment with Unicorn, Deer, Centaur and Lion | Scandinavian | The Met

Textile Fragment with Unicorn, Deer, Centaur and Lion Date: ca. 1500 Geography: Made in Scandinavia (possibly Sweden) Culture: Scandinavian Medium: Wool intarsia and applique with gilt leather and linen embroidery The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The first of six panels from the Holy Grail series, this wall hanging was designed by Sir Edward Burne-Jones and was first woven by Morris & Co. in 1894

The first of six panels from the Holy Grail series, this wall hanging was designed by Sir Edward Burne-Jones & was first woven by Morris & Co. in 1894

Verdure with Deer and Shields, accompaniment to the Holy Grail tapestries woven by Morris & Co. 1891-94 for Stanmore Hall. This version woven by Morris & Co. 1900 for Mrs. J. T. Middlemore. Wool and silk on cotton warp. Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery. John Henry Dearle after Sir Edward Burne-Jones, overall design and William Morris, heraldry.

Edward Burne-Jones, Holy Grail Tapestry - Quest for the Holy Grail Tapestries - Verdure with Deer and Shields

19th century Hen Pheasant Morris & Co /Design by J.H. Dearle -Birmingham Museums and Art Galleries

century Hen Pheasant Morris & Co /Design by J. Dearle -Birmingham Museums and Art Galleries

The Toilet of the Princess (from a pair of Indo-Chinese scenes).  Maker:     Attributed to the workshop of John Vanderbank the Elder (Flemish, 1683–1717).  Maker:     Probably woven by Great Wardrobe (Great Queen Street, Saint Giles-in-the-Fields, London).  Designer:     Unknown.  Date:     1690–1715.  Culture:     British, London

Attributed to the workshop of John Vanderbank the Elder (Flemish, The Toilet of the Princess (from a pair of Indo-Chinese scenes), The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Verdure with Deer and Shields, tapestry designed by the artist and woven by Morris and Co., 1909 (textile)

Verdure with Deer and Shields, tapestry designed by the artist and woven by Morris and Co., 1909 (textile)

William Morris Fabric - Strawberry Thief -  Indigo Made to Measure Curtains + buy by the metre

William Morris Fabric - Strawberry Thief - Indigo Made to Measure Curtains + buy by the metre

William Morris Fabric - Strawberry Thief - Indigo Made to Measure Curtains + buy by the metre

lots of thread work

I am so excited to begin work on my Golden Tapestry project. I& had this design from Anita Goodesign for 3 years. I even mentioned i.

Edward BURNE-JONES - William MORRIS - John Henry DEARLE The Arming and Departure of the Knights of the Round Table on the Quest for the Holy Grail 1890-1894

Edward BURNE-JONES - William MORRIS - John Henry DEARLE The Arming and Departure of the Knights of the Round Table on the Quest for the Holy Grail 1890-1894 (Large Size Paintings)

Edward Burne-Jones (via William Morris & John Henry Dearle) — «The Arming and Departure of the Knights of the Round Table on the Quest for the Holy Grail

In February I was able to attend a Textile Talk at the Denver Art Museum  with conservator Alison McCloskey and her team. They were working ...

In February I was able to attend a Textile Talk at the Denver Art Museum with conservator Alison McCloskey and her team.

Mille-Fleur embroidered tapestry, 1500's, Flanders, Belgium

century Flemish mille-fleur tapestry featuring a unicorn at the centre, in the Victoria and Albert Museum

Tapestry in the Renaissance : Art and Magnificence by Thomas P. Campbell; With Contribution by Marian W. Ainsworth, Bauer Rotraud, Pascal-francois Bertrand and Others.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Titles with full-text online. Tapestry in the Renaissance

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